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Reviewed 18 September 2021 via mobile

The water is great.. there are 5 stone steps to walk down, be careful they are slippery. You can jump off the rock into the water, which is about 6 feet. I found snorkeling here a hit or miss, and because this beach is so small- it is a tourist/organized part of a group snorkeling tour, so it gets crowded quick.

Date of experience: September 2021
Thank melissamG790MB
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Reviewed 2 August 2021 via mobile

We parked our car and entered the water here (easy entrance down rock stairs to a protected inlet), then swam to the left (Malmok, where the tour boats go, the rock wall is interesting), and to the right (Boca Catalina where we exited and walked back to the car in our water socks). At Tres Trapi, we saw the most interesting type of fish that we had never seen called a flying gurnard. He dwells on the bottom flipping rocks with his fins like hands, but if you startle him, he spans his wings and looks like a ray. There were several here, but not left or right. Boca had very nice rocks and fish, no coral, but lots to see. We found a young sea turtle amongst the grass between Mamok and Tres Trapi. Sunshine really helps brighten all the neat fishes if you can tome it right.

Date of experience: August 2021
Thank HappyTrippinMamma
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Reviewed 11 July 2021

Good spot to snorkel. As the photo suggests, there isn't really a beach here other than the few feet of sand you can see. Because it's all rock, there were tons of great fish to view under the surface. The water is deep enough to jump from the rock face. Bring good water shoes, climbing out over the rocks can be tough, some of the rocks are sharp. It's worth it to stop here and swim for a while. The water is generally pretty shallow, maybe 10' at the most in the deeper spots. We loved it!

Date of experience: July 2021
Thank 733wayneb
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Reviewed 30 June 2021 via mobile

Crystal clear water with nice sandy area right as you walk into the water. Getting in and down to the beach can be tricky going up and down 5 steps carved into the rock but with water shoes it’s not too bad. Once in the water plenty of room to wade around in.

For snorkeling , head out about 50M to some sea grass beds to maybe catch sea turtles. If you want to see sea turtles and less crowded waters I suggest to get there by early morning before the tour boats make their stops. The first day I went in the afternoon and there were lots of boats in the water and lots of snorkelers. The next day I went around 8am and it was just me and 2 other snorkelers, that day I saw some turtles and more fish and the water was clearer.

Also has a fun cliff jump to the left of the beach entrance with about a 10ft drop, easy to swim or walk back to the beach entrance

Date of experience: June 2021
Thank N9169NRbenl
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Reviewed 4 May 2021 via mobile

This beach is great for snorkeling and YOLO moments! (When you jump off the cliff into the water)
No too far drive from the Marriotts hotels.

Date of experience: April 2021
Thank 705kellyes
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